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What to know about TBIs from car accidents

Injuries from a Connecticut vehicle accident may include broken bones, lacerations, and spinal injuries. A more serious injury from an accident is a traumatic brain injury, which accounted for over 2 million emergency room visits in 2014. There are several types of...

What to know about the different types of TBIs

One serious injury motorists in Norwich, Connecticut, must look out for after a vehicle accident is a traumatic brain injury. According to the CDC, a traumatic brain injury interrupts normal brain operation from blunt trauma to the head. A driver may experience...

What is Connecticut’s dog bite law?

Connecticut's dog bite law states that the owner of the dog is liable if the animal causes injury to the person or property of another. It also applies if the injured person wasn't trespassing when the bite occurred. The victim must also not have been teasing, abusing...

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